President Donald Trump just can’t seem to divorce himself from his multiple conflicts of interest. After learning that upscale retailer Nordstrom had decided to drop his daughter Ivanka’s brand, Trump took to Twitter on his personal account to express his displeasure with them. He accused Nordstrom of treating Ivanka “unfairly,” but the vast majority of Twitter users are unsympathetic.
Actor Kal Penn, who recently raised hundreds of thousands of dollars on behalf of Syrian refugees after a Trump supporter told him he did not belong in the United States, pointed out that the new president sent out this tweet just 21 minutes after he was scheduled for an intelligence briefing. This has led to speculation that Trump was more interested in his daughter’s business than he is in national and international security issues. And it is this speculation that is making folks wonder just how much (or little) Trump cares for the American people.
The fact that Trump was filling his Twitter feed with angry tweets about Nordstrom just 21 minutes after his intelligence briefing started brings up another interesting facet of Trump’s social media habit. It is the fact that President Donald Trump’s Twitter account likely has multiple users. That is, according to AI (artificial intelligence) machine learning programs.